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This is very good tutorials for bandwidth monitoring,network monitoring and servers monitoring tools with clear step by step installation guides this includes Nagios,MRTG,RTG,Netmrg,Darkstat,monit,munin,mon,oreon,Saidar ,Cacti,Bigsister,ibmonitor,zabbix.This resouce is Very useful for Users and Administrators to monitor their networks,bandwidth and servers.http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/monitortools.htm
Here is another note to let the newbies / beginners and soon to be experts on my Ubuntu London Blog. Please feel free to have another look over the site, http://ubuntulondon.wordpress.com/ - This have been fully updated to current, hits are starting to pour in. Please dont forget to leave comments and let me know how I am doing and please ask questions if needed. I am also a learner much like everyone else in Linux. There are so many new things to experience and learn within the Opensource community and it takes each one of us to make an impact. Please come a long and post a comment or 2, to assist me in providing content everyone is looking for. At present I am trying to get the first stages out of the way and moving forward into the more complex and advanced things. You are welcome to subsribe to my feed as well http://ubuntulondon.wordpress.com/feed/ so that you are up to date with my new posts. Thanks to ubuntux for allowing us to post here and for being a trult great site!.
I'm having trouble getting Ubuntu to recognize my floppy. Then I downloaded LTS and have to start over. fd0 is not recognized anymore. I also haven't figured out how to save to a floppy from Open Office Write.
i have the ubuntu disk and i have a usb cd rom drive how do u make the laptop boot from there.
Unfortunately, where I work I am forced to use windows as my main operating system. I've just set up a VMware ubuntu, and whilst I was sceptical of the performance and compatibility both before (which is why I hadn't tried this earlier) and during the install, this works really really well. VMware configs already exist for ubuntu and are freely downloadable. All modifications and installations are saved and function well (unlike using a liveCD), and the setup runs really fast (my work PC is decent but not great - 3.4GHz HT P4, 256MB DDR2). The other thing I like is that the pseudo-disk is 7.5G in size which is certainly sufficient to install and run the things I want. The only thing that is slow is booting, but then it was always going to be. Tabbing between windows and linux is a dream!I'd also like to take this opportunity to thank Friedrich for giving me the post of moderator!Happy installationsJoe
ZABBIX is a 24×7 monitoring solution without high cost. ZABBIX is software that monitors numerous parameters of a network and the health and integrity of servers. ZABBIX uses a flexible notification mechanism that allows users to configure e-mail based alerts for virtually any event. This allows a fast reaction to server problems. ZABBIX offers excellent reporting and data visualisation features based on the stored data. This makes ZABBIX ideal for capacity planning.http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/zabbix.htm
I have two networked dual booted computers & am trying to install Ubuntu 6.06 on both. Installation went well on the first set but failed on the second. The install proceeds past the point of checking hardware and loading files and gives me an options screen for installation but after that the screen goes black and the curser stops blinking. The Ubuntu startup music plays but thats as far as I can get. Is there something I can do to get past this pointThanks in advance to any kind helper.The computer setup is dual boot with windows xp & suse 10.0, there is a spare linux partition on the hdd for install (both computers setup the same). spec. for failed computer m/board=Albatron k8sli 64 bit, video= two Albatron pc6800 bridged, hdd= western digital 200 gig sata (wd2000js), cpu=amd Athlon xp 64 3500+, ram=2Gb hynix ddr400, mouse=logitechoptical wheelmouse & screen=chemei 19' wide tft. I have tried different monitors (crt & tft) also tried changing screen resolution at the options screen during installation with no sucess.
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hi....any buddy..............i wont to ask you alldid ubuntu have player to play Wmv,3gp,mov,avi,dvdfile???howi can get that software and to install???did any buddy have suggestion???
I am putting together a list of companies that sell pre-installed Linux and no-OS Desktops and Laptops. The list lives here for now: http://lxer.com/module/forums/t/23168/ At the time of this post I counted 59 vendors. Please contribute to the list. I'm looking for vendors that sell "home computers" that are preinstalled with Linux.
Hello Everyone - I would like to say that this is not my official blog -I am posting here for the newbie users who want to start using Linux on their machine as a replacement for windows. I will be updating my blog day to day for new features and procedures - Have a look at what has been posted thus far and please feel free to join in as well. http://ubuntulondon.wordpress.com Here I have been starting from the adbsolute beginning to advanced. It is dead easy to use linux as long as you can read.If you are willing to start over fresh and need a little hand and want to pick up some good tips, head on over to my blog and have a look. As well - I will be arranging in good time some get togethers for those who live in London, as there arent many group meetings and Q&A sessions happening around the city, so keep posted or chip into my feed for updates: http://ubuntulondon.wordpress.com/feed/ I hope to be chatting to all of you again soon! Take care and GREAT SITE!
Oreon© is an Open Source monitoring solution based on Nagios. It offers to this monitoring standard a new front end and brings it a panel of new functionalities.http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/oreon1.3.htm
I left my laptop running the UBUNTU 6 install last night but it was still churning away when I got in this morning. One good thing about virtual pc's is that you can blow them away and kick off afresh within seconds. Also once you've got a stable installation you can save the vhd file somewhere and then replicate it as many times as you have space for in order to try new config, tools distributions etc without screwing up an important project you might be working on. Today I was curious to see what would happen if I interfered as least as possible (usually a good strategy) so I fired up a vpc with no hard disk configured, put the cd in the drive and let it auto run. Up came the UBUNTU splash screen, and it then counted down something like 30 seconds and began to install itself. For a while the screen had some kind of low res pattern on it but now it's gone black. The disk is whirling away as it was when I came in so I presume it's doing something. It sounds to be reading from the disk and the laptop hard disk is correspondingly busy.
Thsi MY first blog. Just for fun to test this out.Ha ha dont know what to write. Today I want to try out JTR but the tutorial for that is to less. Cant really perform out the testing on my own machine. Too bad.
I'm a new to Linux today and am installing UBUNTU 6 into a Virtual PC 2004 instance on my laptop so I can learn it in a relatively contained environment. I thought I could use it as a platform for software development using Ruby on Rails. As a dyed in the wool MS VB/Visual Studio developer this all represents a voyage into the wild beyond. So far so good. Its impressive how much can be done with so little overhead. The other day I had to set up a VStudio 2003 complete installation for someone. It took four hours and the resulting virtual hard disk (.vhd) was 6Gigabytes! It does make you wonder.